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Matthew Toohey

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11 Feb 2005
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In this paper for the 2004 Australian Institute of Family Studies conference Matthew Toohey examines how effective Child Care Benefit is at improving the returns to work for women with young children. He compares the effectiveness of Child Care Benefit for lone and partnered mothers...

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11 Feb 2005
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In this paper for the 2004 Australian Institute of Family Studies conference Justine McNamara, Rachel Lloyd, Matthew Toohey and Ann Harding profile the situation of Australia's most economically disadvantaged children from the late 1990s until 2004.

They show that average real incomes rose for...

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3 Oct 2003
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Kath Hulse, Bill Randolph, Matthew Toohey, Gillian Beer and Rob Lee provide an overview and context for a research project seeking to assess the effect of housing costs, housing subsidy structures and housing administrative requirements on the capacity of unemployed people to gain employment.

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14 Jul 2003
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The introduction of A New Tax System in July 2000 included substantial changes to social security payments, including family assistance and child care subsidies. Most of these payments are income tested, so that as a family's income increases the amount of government assistance they receive...

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